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The Resource The future of Indian and federal reserved water rights : the Winters Centennial, edited by Barbara Cosens and Judith V. Royster, (electronic resource)

The future of Indian and federal reserved water rights : the Winters Centennial, edited by Barbara Cosens and Judith V. Royster, (electronic resource)

Label
The future of Indian and federal reserved water rights : the Winters Centennial
Title
The future of Indian and federal reserved water rights
Title remainder
the Winters Centennial
Statement of responsibility
edited by Barbara Cosens and Judith V. Royster
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
In this detailed collection of essays, lawyers, historians, and tribal leaders explore the nuances of the Winters Doctrine
Dewey number
346.7804/32
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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2008
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"The Winters Centennial: Will Its Commitment to Justice Endure?"
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
  • legal cases and notes
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1955-
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  • Cosens, Barbara
  • Royster, Judith V
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  • Water rights
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Indians of North America
  • Water rights
  • Indians of North America
  • Montana
  • North America
  • United States, West
Label
The future of Indian and federal reserved water rights : the Winters Centennial, edited by Barbara Cosens and Judith V. Royster, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"The conference, "The Winters Centennial: Will Its Commitment to Justice Endure?", was held June 9-12, 2008, at the Santa Ana Pueblo in New Mexico ... This book represents much of the discussion that took place over the two and a half days of the conference and includes additional articles submitted by experts in the field."
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
The legacy of Winters v. United States and the Winters Doctrine, one hundred years later / Barbara Cosens -- The primary cases of the reserved rights doctrine: reenactments of the oral arguments / remarks of Thomas G. Fredericks, G. Emlen Hall, Edwin S. Kneedler, Joseph P. Mazurek, Mason Morisset, Jerome C. Muys, A. Dan Tarlock, and Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Winters in its historical context / remarks of Patricia Limerick and John Shurts -- Winters and the contemporary landscape / John E. Thorson -- One hundred years after Winters: the immovable object of tribes' reserved water meets the irresistible force of states' reserved rights under the equal footing doctrine / Richard Monette -- Indian water rights: the era of settlement / Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Post-decree administration of Indian water rights in multijurisdictional settings / Michael C. Nelson -- Results following litigation: the Wind River Tribes/Big Horn River / remarks of Craig Alexander, Gordon Jeff Fassett, and Susan Williams -- The Pyramid Lake Paiute water rights / remarks of Joe Ely -- The boundaries of Winters' when the courts alone are not enough to protect Indian reserved rights / Scott W. Williams -- The Fort Belknap water compact / remarks of John Allen, Woldezion Mesghinna, and Chris Tweeten -- Winters in Salmon country: the Nez Perce Tribe instream flow claims / Mark Solomon -- Off-reservation instream flows: the Nez Perce Settlement / remarks of Michael Bogert, Duane T. Mecham, Rebecca Miles, and Steven Moore -- Litigation versus settlement in non-Indian federal reserved rights / remarks of Susan Cottingham, James DuBois, and John Leshy -- A new deal for a 1933 water right: the Black Canyon of the Gunnison instream flow controversy / Reed D. Benson -- The future of Winters / remarks of Michael Bogert, Barbara Cosens, Philip S. Sam Deloria, John Echohawk, David Getches, John Leshy, and Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Will the Winters commitment to justice endure? it depends on us / remarks of Regis Pecos
Control code
ocn792944544
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (372 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9786613949462
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)792944544
Label
The future of Indian and federal reserved water rights : the Winters Centennial, edited by Barbara Cosens and Judith V. Royster, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
"The conference, "The Winters Centennial: Will Its Commitment to Justice Endure?", was held June 9-12, 2008, at the Santa Ana Pueblo in New Mexico ... This book represents much of the discussion that took place over the two and a half days of the conference and includes additional articles submitted by experts in the field."
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
The legacy of Winters v. United States and the Winters Doctrine, one hundred years later / Barbara Cosens -- The primary cases of the reserved rights doctrine: reenactments of the oral arguments / remarks of Thomas G. Fredericks, G. Emlen Hall, Edwin S. Kneedler, Joseph P. Mazurek, Mason Morisset, Jerome C. Muys, A. Dan Tarlock, and Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Winters in its historical context / remarks of Patricia Limerick and John Shurts -- Winters and the contemporary landscape / John E. Thorson -- One hundred years after Winters: the immovable object of tribes' reserved water meets the irresistible force of states' reserved rights under the equal footing doctrine / Richard Monette -- Indian water rights: the era of settlement / Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Post-decree administration of Indian water rights in multijurisdictional settings / Michael C. Nelson -- Results following litigation: the Wind River Tribes/Big Horn River / remarks of Craig Alexander, Gordon Jeff Fassett, and Susan Williams -- The Pyramid Lake Paiute water rights / remarks of Joe Ely -- The boundaries of Winters' when the courts alone are not enough to protect Indian reserved rights / Scott W. Williams -- The Fort Belknap water compact / remarks of John Allen, Woldezion Mesghinna, and Chris Tweeten -- Winters in Salmon country: the Nez Perce Tribe instream flow claims / Mark Solomon -- Off-reservation instream flows: the Nez Perce Settlement / remarks of Michael Bogert, Duane T. Mecham, Rebecca Miles, and Steven Moore -- Litigation versus settlement in non-Indian federal reserved rights / remarks of Susan Cottingham, James DuBois, and John Leshy -- A new deal for a 1933 water right: the Black Canyon of the Gunnison instream flow controversy / Reed D. Benson -- The future of Winters / remarks of Michael Bogert, Barbara Cosens, Philip S. Sam Deloria, John Echohawk, David Getches, John Leshy, and Jeanne S. Whiteing -- Will the Winters commitment to justice endure? it depends on us / remarks of Regis Pecos
Control code
ocn792944544
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (372 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9786613949462
Level of compression
unknown
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)792944544

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